Democratic Political Culture of High School Students in the Area of Surat Thani Municipality

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Natdanai Payakpun

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This research aimed to study the democratic political culture of high school students in Surat Thani Municipality. and compare the political-cultural relations classified according to the students' personal characteristics. This leads to a method for enhancing the democratic political culture of high school students in Surat Thani Municipality. The researcher used a quantitative method. surveyed by using closed-ended questionnaires It is primarily a research tool. together with qualitative research Using the method of calculating the sample size according to the Taro Yamane formula, a sample of 400 people was obtained. The results showed that the democratic political culture of high school students as a whole and each aspect had the highest opinions. And the test results of the relationship between personal factors and various factors found that there was no relationship with the democratic political culture of high school students in Surat Thani municipality, statistically significant. Approaches to promoting democratic political culture among students in the area the researcher suggested that educational institutions or departments related to education should include curriculum content. about democratic governance in learning courses for all ages to ensure continuous learning Encourage students to have space for social expression Politics for a creative exchange of ideas and promote learning beyond classroom learning so that students can learn and express themselves appropriately

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Payakpun, N. (2022). Democratic Political Culture of High School Students in the Area of Surat Thani Municipality. Rajapark Journal, 16(46), 234–245. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/257660
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